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Annual Wholesale Oil License Fee Return

September 3, 2019 Alabama Department of Revenue

The annual wholesale oil license fee return is due on October 15, 2019 for the periods of October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019. If your company was issued a Supplier License, Permissive Supplier License, or an Importer License by the department, then the return must be submitted. The wholesale oil license fee return (B&L:MFT-WOLF) can be viewed on the department’s website at https://revenue.alabama.gov/forms/.

Please note that due to mandatory electronic filing, all returns must be filed through My Alabama Taxes (MAT) at https://myalabamataxes.alabama.gov and any wholesale oil license fee liability exceeding $750 must be paid electronically. Please log into your account between October 1, 2019 and October 15, 2019 to submit the required return and payment. 

As a reminder, products not subject to the Wholesale Oil License/Import Fee are, as follows:

  • Diesel fuel exported from this state for which proof of export is available in the form of a terminal issued shipping document
  • Biodiesel sold to a licensed supplier when delivered to a terminal
  • Transmix

If you have any questions concerning this notice, please contact the Business & License Tax Division of the Alabama Department of Revenue at the address, telephone number, or email address shown below.

BUSINESS & LICENSE TAX DIVISION
MOTOR FUELS SECTION
PO. BOX 327540
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 36132-7540
(334) 242-9608, Option 6, Option 2
(334) 242-1199 (Fax)
mft@revenue.alabama.gov

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